Imagining each NFL team as a fútbol club...
With soccer's recent rise in popularity in the United States, talented graphic designer Noah Kline got to thinking, "What if the 32 NFL football teams were instead fútbol clubs?" The result is these soccer kit designs for each team in the league. Click on the "Next" arrow to view all 32 clubs.
We love the diamond pattern on the front of the home kit but the standout of this group is definitely the third kit, featuring a sleek black jersey and gold trim.
The home and away kits are pretty standard but the third one and its crazy stripes looks like some sort of Magic Eye puzzle. And we love it.
Let's be honest: It's hard to notice the other two uniforms when the third kit designed after the Maryland state flag is so ridiculously over-the-top. Now that's state pride.
Just like the Bills' actual uniforms, these kits are simple and understated. The horizontal stripes on the side of the home kit adds a little much-needed flair.
We can already picture Cam Newton dabbing in that third kit with a Carolina blue top and circular pattern centered around the number "1," just the way Newton likes it.
The striped patterns on the home and third kit are both sharp but we especially love how the away kit integrates the Bears' distinctive shoulder stripe onto the soccer jersey.
The home kit is an eye sore but the away and third kit make up for it with the faded white Bengal stripes and the Bengal head logo on the sweet all-black set, respectively.
It's hard to make a good-looking kit with orange and brown, as you can tell by the first uniform. But the second one with orange shorts and a gradient top is a keeper.
This kit is sharp and clean but might be a little too simplistic for the extravagant taste of owner Jerry Jones. We'd love a giant outline of the state of Texas on the third kit.
These kits are pretty standard, with a nice pattern on the orange jersey to mix things up a bit. We'd love these even more if the kits featured the old "D" logo.
That diagonal grey sash on the home kit is nifty, the away look is clean and the third kit with the black background and skyline of Detroit is superb.
Green Bay Packers
The horizontal stripes on the chest are nice but we'd welcome an all-green or all-yellow third kit featuring Lambeau Field or Vince Lombardi.
This is hands down the best-dressed team in the National Fútbol League, as each kit is sharp and unique. The away kit's blending of red, white and blue is a master stroke.
No team has a simpler NFL uniform than the Indianapolis Colts, so it's only fitting that they'd have the most boring fútbol uniforms as well.
The away kit with the gold gradient looks like the uniforms have a giant mud stain on them but the black and teal versions pull off the look far better.
Kansas City Chiefs
These kits are simple but clever, featuring cool diagonal stripes on the home kit and thin horizontal yellow ones on the away set.
Los Angeles Chargers
You can never have enough powder blue, so we are obviously partial to the third kit. But the away kit also does a great job of incorporating all of the team colors.
Los Angeles Rams
Couldn't the Rams have left the Millennium Blue and New Century Gold colors back in St. Louis? The only kit that gets our thumbs up is the old-school third kit.
Each kit has a sharp and daring look, with a circular pattern on the home kit, a blazing sun on the away one and a swooping diagonal stripe on the third kit.
The pattern on each jersey is pretty sharp but there's nothing that makes either uniform set really pop.
New England Patriots
These kits do a good job of focusing on the red, white and blue color scheme and minimizing the gray hue that has infected much of the Patriots' football uniforms.
New Orleans Saints
The all-black home kit lacks character but the away kit makes up for it with the diagonal gold stripes.
New York Giants
Like the Giants' football uniforms, the home and away kit have a very classical feel. Then there's the third kit, which has an awesome Statue of Liberty watermark.
New York Jets
We love the plane watermark on the away kit and get nostalgic seeing the Jets' 1980s logo on the chest of the third kit.
The team with the best-looking uniforms in the NFL is equipped with kits nearly as striking for the pitch. Our only complaint is the lack of a silver third kit.
The wing design surrounding the numbers on each kit really makes the digits pop and gives the Eagles' one of the best group of kits among the 32 teams.
The home and away kits do a great job of incorporating the football jersey's shoulder stripes but the third kit looks a little too much like a bumblebee for our taste.
San Francisco 49ers
The dual stripes around the chest are a nice way of adding a little character to each kit and the gradient from red to black on the third kit is sublime.
We hope you like lime green because there's plenty of it to go around on the Seattle Seahawks' kits. The third kit is so bright it should only be viewed with sunglasses on.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Kline replicated the look of the football uniforms down to the alarm clock numbers. We just wish there was a third kit featuring the 1980s' "Bucco Bruce" logo.
The problem with these kits is the same as the football uniforms: red, navy blue and power blue don't go together. As a result, the third kit is far superior to the first two.
Neither kit grabs your attention and the yellow shoulders on the away kit just doesn't look right. And can we get a watermark of a city landmark like the Giants' kits?